PDA, Cellphone and Laptop 90 Years Ago

Kievskaia station

This is Moscow subway.

This particular photo is the “Kievskaia” station. It has a lot of epic mosaics about Soviet era.

Please look down for one amazing picture:

russian metro prophecy

According to this photo from Moscow subway station “Kievskaia” it can be clearly seen that Communist’s coup was so successfull due to the help of time travelers who had come from the future equipped with PDAs, cell phones and laptops.

submitted by vladimir

16 thoughts on “PDA, Cellphone and Laptop 90 Years Ago”

  1. > Too bad the time travelers couldn’t forsee the collapse of communism.

    Why do you say such a thing ? Maybe the time traveler’s goal was completely achieved. Maybe thanks to the rise of Communism and the Soviet Union, Hitler was stopped.

  2. >Why do you say such a thing ? Maybe the time traveler’s goal was completely achieved. Maybe thanks to the rise of Communism and the Soviet Union, Hitler was stopped.

    You mean Hitler being stopped at the cost of HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of Soviet lives was a fair price?

  3. The guy looks to be using a mortar and pestle, not a cellphone and PDA.

    You mean he’s using Windows Mobile 5.0? I find the two about equally productive.

    Although I suppose when WM5 crashes, it doesn’t hurt my foot like the mortar does.

  4. I love the Moscow Metro! The stations are beautiful! Sure, the trains are old but they are cheap and usually run on time. I wish we had that in London. 🙁

  5. What ever happened to the grand father paradox of time travel?
    Reminds of Star Trek:Enterprise and The Time cold war..Lol
    You would think that if time travels did go back in time they would be augmented as to not leave behind any trace of the interference…IMAO

  6. Off: Wow! I did not think that the subway stations are that woderful in Moskow! In the communist era we only got the blue-gray wagons from the soviets. I don’t know if they are the same as in Russia, but there’s a ‘little’ quality contrast with this station ;))) Even though, they are still running, and that’s something!

    Br from Hungary

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